Pascale Anderle

Bio:Pascale Anderle graduated in pharmacy from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ). After gaining a PhD degree in life science from the ETHZ she then worked for a year at Covance CLS, Geneva in the field of clinical trials. Later, she moved to the USA for a postdoc experience in the lab of Wolfgang Sadee at UCSF San Francisco and OSU, Ohio concentrating on absorption and genomics in the intestine. Afterwards, she joined the groups of Jean-Pierre Kraehenbuhl and Michel Aguet as postdoc fellow at the Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research (ISREC), partially in collaboration with the Nestle Research Center (NRC). The focus of her studies were on mucosal intestinal immunity and colon cancer and the use of genomics and in silico analysis. Being granted an EU project she moved to Istituto Oncologico della Svizzera Italiana (IOSI, Bellinzona) as junior group leader and then upon being invited to join a NCCR project to the University of Bern. During this period she was granted a CAS in applied statistics.
She is now a project coordinator for statistics and translational medicine at HSeT and the deputy Head of sitem School at sitem-insel and the University of Bern. She participates in teaching activities at the University of Lausanne and ETHZ.
Phone:+41 79 6276 278
Address:Health Sciences eTraining (HSeT) Foundation
Ch. des Boveresses 155
1066 Epalinges
CH - Switzerland

Last update: Sunday, July 19, 2015
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